|Title: ||[Withering house with leaf laid out] T11|
|Contributors: ||Alexander, John Abercromby, b. 1854, forester|
|Issue Date: ||5-Nov-2004|
|Publisher: ||Royal Commonwealth Society Library. Cambridge University Library. University of Cambridge.|
|Description: ||278 x 210 mm. Showing leaf laid out on the withering 'tats' (shelves formed from Hessian spread over a wooden framework). The purpose of the withering process is to allow a certain amount of moisture to escape from the leaf and to become sufficiently flaccid and pliable for rolling. Annotated 'T11' on the bottom right hand corner. Date approximate.|
|Appears in Collections:||Royal Commonwealth Society Photograph Project|
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